I think it depends on whether it's task-oriented info or reference, and also
on what the product is.

If it's software, and it's task-oriented, I usually keep it on-screen while
I'm doing something.
If it's conceptual or reference doc, I'm more likely to print it.

If it's hardware based, like how to install something -- either computer or,
say, room lights, I'd expect it to be printed.

Art


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On Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 11:40 AM, Kelly McDaniel <kmcdaniel at 
pavtech.com>wrote:

> Quick Survey:
>
>
>
> Is it your experience that users view PDF documentation on their
> computer display in preference to printing it for use?
>
> If so, by what ratio of view:print? Opinions and SWAGs are fine.
>
>
>
> Kelly M. McDaniel
>
> Senior Technical Writer
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> Pavilion Technologies
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> A Rockwell Automation Company
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